I have taken a unique part of who you are, and I have used that to memorize your name.
Here's a woman, hard at work, pulled herself up by the bootstraps despite her ethnic heritage, but all you see is that she's topless.
None of the substitutes – Andy and Erin, Dwight and Angela – have lived up to that. Which reminds me – what the heck is Jim’s Philadelphia job? Dwight and Angela are going to get back together for reals. I like to think of Michael as moved on, married, and raising kids with Holly.
Face it, Pam and Jim, you guys are a boring married couple who mostly gets along. And you don’t have to hit me over the head anymore with the fact that Pam feels guilty for making him come back to Scranton, but that Jim just loves her so much, blah blah blah. Blatant foreshadowing – quit acting like we haven’t seen all this “surprise” stuff projected for seasons. Look, I will 100% still watch rerun episodes of you on TV. I even still want to go back and watch your original, British version.
Comedy and streaming services are about as good a match as anything.
What could be more conducive to binge-watching than a series of 22-minute episodes?
We were late on the train, but we started watching it in the summer of 2009, which was overall a really good, happy, sunny time for us.
I would say the first three seasons are really the best.
It's the story of young Nick (voiced by Kroll), Andrew (John Mulaney), and all their other preteen friends as they go through the terrifying prospect of puberty and growing up together.
It's hard to imagine puberty alone being a broad enough subject to sustain a show but those who think that likely forgot how scary, confusing, and hilarious the whole process can be.
I’ll be there watching next week, for the full hour and 15 minutes or whatever nonsense you’ve got up to, but then I’m going to gently but firmly change the channel, and that will be your signal that it’s time to go.
We’ll always have Diversity Day, and Booze Cruise, and Casino Night, and so many more.